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Getting Involved

GPSA has several opportunities and ways for you to get involved. If you would like to get involved, consider becoming a senator or running for Executive Office. These positions are a great opportunity to make a difference on campus.

All GPSA members are free to participate in senate meetings, GPSA events, or volunteer for a University or GPSA committee (you do not have to be a senator or executive to participate).

GPSA Representative Testimonials

Why become a GPSA representative?

GPSA Elections

Each Spring Semester, GPSA holds elections for the Executive Board and Senate.  Elections are currently open!

Vacant Positions

Throughout the academic year, multiple Senate and College Representative positions can be available during the current term.

Joining a Committee

GPSA Committees are responsible for carrying out much of the day-to-day work of GPSA. Any graduate student is eligible to join a GPSA Committee and students can join as many committees as they want.  GPSA students are also encouraged to participate in WSU committees.

Getting Involved with WSU

Your experience at Washington State University is not defined by campus, the city of Pullman, or even your diploma, but by the people you meet and the relationships you make. Getting involved at Washington State University is an incredible way to build relationships and make changes that will last a lifetime.  Visit the Student Engagement Services website above to learn more about getting involved at WSU.